01) King of Spain
02) Clean Sweep*
03) Mama Don't
04) Freddy has a drum problem
05) Northbound Girl
06) Chaos >
07) Stealth > Wang Dang Doodle > Stealth >
08) Princliples & Practice > Peppy > P&P > Stealth
09) Centerfold > PTFM > Centerfold
10) Mutha Funk in Soul
01) Gallery >
02) Seems to Me
03) Boogie Woogie Gator > Adrenalin Rush > BWG
04) Eyes >
05) Saturn > Jam >
07) Peace Frog
08) Alabama Song#
Collection yePBand/Artist yeP!Date November 11, 1995Venue Stone ChurchLocation Newmarket, NHSource UnknownLineage Tascam DA-20 > hardware resampler > M-Audio Audiophile USB > Cool Edit Pro > CDWaveTaped by Mike PerrotTransferred by Drew Marold
April 6, 2005
Pretty good representation
Well, a yeP! show was certainly an experience... as with most bands of this style, even live tapes can only partially do them justice. This show highlights both some of the crazy energy and wild variation in the yeP! sound and stage presence (costumes and antics obviously don't come through, though the "Freddy's Got a Problem" spontaneous vocal jam is classic).
This is a prime example of yeP!s jam-band penchant for weaving one song into another - and for taking a set list and throwing it right out the window. You just never knew what was going to happen. In Northbound Girl the band never even knew what was going to happen, and the teases in the middle represent about a third of the whole song!
On the whole, the energy is good but not quite as high as at the Iron Horse show (yeP!'s home turf) that is posted. However, there's some zany and unusual stuff here - I'd pretty much forgotten that yeP! ever DID Centerfold or Peace Frog!
Good stuff, not crap. Download it.
March 28, 2005
A+ in the creative setlist department! I haven't had that much fun listening to a set in a long time. :) The second half of the first set was an amazing
Some recording nitz.. but that's to be expected from a Stone Church show. B+
Thanks a whole big bunch for getting this going! Can't wait to hear more...... yeP! :-)
March 27, 2005
This is the first of about a dozen yeP! shows which will be posted to the archive.
11/11/95 highlights yeP!'s unique jamming style as well as their hilarious improv. stage banter. Mikey's audience recording is super sweet.
Chaos > Stealth > Wang > Stealth > P&P > Peppy > P&P > Stealth is awesome.